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The Future of Cyber Warfare - David Sanger

Complete video at: David Sanger, White House correspondent for the New York Times, says that while the United States has never openly engaged another country in so-called cyber warfare, the likelihood is greatly increasing. Sanger points out that Congress recently allocated $16 billion to research cyber defenses and attacks. ----- David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times, discusses his latest book The Inheritance. He describes the successes and shortcomings of the Bush administration, and explores the unresolved national security challenges that face President Obama. - Politics & Prose David E. Sanger is the White House Correspondent for the New York Times. A graduate of Harvard College in 1982, Sanger has been writing for the New York Times for over 24 years covering New York, Tokyo and, most recently, Washington. He has reported on such issues as foreign policy, globalization, nuclear proliferation, Asian affairs, and the revitalization of Boston's Parker House hotel. He currently covers the Bush presidency. Before coming to the White House, Sanger was a correspondent and then bureau chief of the New York Times bureau in Tokyo. There he developed a specialization in writing on the influence of economics on foreign policy and the relationships between the United States and its major allies, a beat which he continues to pursue in Washington. He left Asia in 1994 to become the chief Washington economic correspondent, later being named senior writer. In 1999 Sanger joined the ranks of Elisabeth Bumiller as White House correspondent. Sanger has received numerous journalistic awards, including being named twice among New York Times reporting teams honored with the Pulitzer Prize. First, in 1987, his reporting team won the Pulitzer for national reporting on its investigation of the space agency following the Challenger disaster. Later, he was among another Pulitzer-winning team to write about the Clinton Administration's struggle to control exports to China.
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